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Blumstein, D. T., Letnic, M., & Moseby, K. E. (2019). In situ predator conditioning of naive prey prior to reintroduction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 374(1781), 20180058.

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July 29, 2019


Moseby, K. E., McGregor, H., Hill, B. M., & Read, J. L. (2020). Exploring the internal and external wildlife gradients created by conservation fences. Conservation Biology, 34(1), 220-231.

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July 16, 2019


Murphy, B. P., Woolley, L. A., Geyle, H. M., Legge, S. M., Palmer, R., Dickman, C. R., … & Woinarski, J. C. (2019). Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: the number of mammals killed in Australia. Biological Conservation, 237, 28-40.

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June 20, 2019


Read, J. L. (2019). Among the Pigeons: Why Our Cats Belong Indoors. Wakefield Press.

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June 12, 2019


Ross, A. K., Letnic, M., Blumstein, D. T., & Moseby, K. E. (2019). Reversing the effects of evolutionary prey naiveté through controlled predator exposureJournal of Applied Ecology56(7), 1761-1769.

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May 14, 2019


Moseby, K.E., and Read, J.R. (2014). The use of camera traps to monitor poison bait uptake. In: Meek, P.D., Ballard, A.G., Banks, P.B., Claridge, A.W., Fleming, P.J.S., Sanderson, J.G. and Swann, D.E. (eds). Camera Trapping in Wildlife Research and Management, CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.

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May 1, 2019


Hayward, M., Moseby, K.E., and Read, J.R. (2014). The role of predator exclosures in the conservation of Australian fauna. In: Glen, A. and Dickman, C. (eds). Carnivores of Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Australia.

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Moseby, K.E., Copley, P., Paton, D.C. and Read, J.R. (2018). Arid Recovery; a successful conservation partnership. In: Garnett, S., Latch, P., Lindenmayer, D. and Woinarski, J. (eds.). Recovering Australian Threatened Species – A Book of Hope. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra, Australia.

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Moseby, K.E., Crowther, M.S. and Letnic, M. (2018). Ecological role of an apex predator revealed by a reintroduction experiment and Bayesian statistics. Ecosystems, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-018-0269-6.

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Moseby, K.E., Letnic, M., Blumstein, D.T. and West, R. (2018). Designer prey: Can controlled predation accelerate selection for anti-predator traits in naïve populations?. Biological Conservation, 217: 213-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2017.09.022.

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Moseby, K.E., Letnic, M., Blumstein, D.T. and West, R. (2018). Understanding predator densities for successful co-existence of alien predators and threatened prey. Austral Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1111/aec.12697.

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Moseby, K.E., Lollback, G.W. and Lynch, C.E. (2018). Too much of a good thing: successful reintroduction leads to overpopulation in a threatened mammal. Biological Conservation, 219: 78-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2018.01.006.

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Radford, J.Q., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Legge, S., Baseler, M., Bentley, J., Burbidge, A.A., Bode, M., Copley, P., Dexter, N., Dickman, C.R., Gillespie, G., Hill, B., Johnson, C.N., Kanowski, J., Latch, P., Letnic, M., Manning, A., Menkhorst, P., Mitchell, N., Morris, K., Moseby, K., Page, M. and Ringma, J. (2018). Degrees of population-level susceptibility of Australian terrestrial non-volant mammal species to predation by the introduced red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and feral cat (Felis catus). Wildlife Research, https://doi.org/10.1071/WR18008.

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Ringma, J., Legge, S., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Radford, J.Q., Wintle, B., Bentley, J., Burbidge, A.A., Copley, P., Dexter, N., Dickman, C.R., Gillespie, G.R., Hill, B., Johnson, C.N., Kanowski, J., Letnic, M., Manning, A., Menkhorst, P., Mitchell, N., Morris, K., Moseby, K., Page, M., Palmer, R. and Bode, M. (2018). Systematic planning can rapidly close the protection gap in Australian mammal havens. Conservation Letters, https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12611.

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Saxon-Mills, E.C., Moseby, K., Blumstein, D.T. and Letnic, M. (2018). Prey naïvetè and the anti-predator responses of a vulnerable marsupial to known and novel predators. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 72(151): https://doi.org/10.1007/s00265-018-2568-5.

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Steindler, L.A., Blumstein, D.T., West, R., Moseby, K.E. and Letnic, M. (2018). Discrimination of introduced predators by ontogenetically naïve prey scales with duration of shared evolutionary history. Animal Behaviour, 137: 133-139. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2018.01.013.

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West, R.S., Blumstein, D.T., Letnic, M. and Moseby, K.E. (2018). Searching for an effective pre-release screening tool for translocations: can trap temperament predict behaviour and survival in the wild?. Biodiversity and Conservation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-018-1649-0.

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White, L.C., Moseby, K.E., Thomson, V.A., Donnellan, S.C. and Austin, J.J. (2018). Long-term genetic consequences of mammal reintroductions into an Australian conservation reserve. Biological Conservation, 219: 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2017.12.038.

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Crisp, H., Pedler, R. and Moseby, K.E. (2017). The use of hair tubes in detecting irruptive arid-zone rodents. Australian Mammalogy, https://doi.org/10.1071/AM15025.

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April 30, 2019


Legge, S., Murphy, B., McGregor, H.W., Woinarski, J., Augusteyn, J., D., Ballard, G., Baseler, M., Buckmaster, T., Dickman, C.R., Doherty, T.S., Edwards, G., Eyre, T.J., Fancourt, B.A., Ferguson, D., Forsyth, D.M., Geary, W.L., Gentle, M.N, Gillespie, G., Greenwood, L., Hohnen, R., Hume, S., Johnson, C.N., Maxwell, M., McDonald, P.J., Morris, K., Moseby, K.E., Newsome, T.M., Nimmo, D., Paltridge, R.M., Ramsey, D., Read, J.L., Rendall, A., Rich, M., Ritchie, E.G., Rowland, J., Short, J., Stokeld, D., Sutherland, D.R., Wayne, A.F., Woodford, L. and Zewe, F. (2017). Enumerating a continental-scale threat: How many feral cats are in Australia?. Biological Conservation, 206: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.11.032.

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